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N'attendons pas plus longtemps pour adopter définitivement la loi sur le devoir de vigilance.
One year ago, one of the most devastating catastrophes in the textile sector happened in Bangladesh. 1134 garment factory workers – mainly young women – died and many more were injured in the collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka.
A few weeks from the Doha climate talks, the EU need to honour its promises to support developing countries financially to cope with the impacts of climate change. Sandy reminded us why, says Bishop Theotonius Gomes, President of Caritas Bangladesh
Dutch CIDSE member Cordaid and Both ENDS collected the visions and insights of seven Southern visionaries, each with a unique approach to transforming his or her dream into concrete, local initiatives. We present you their visions of sustainability based on ecological values and human rights in the run up to the UN Conference on Sustainable Development 'Rio+20' (20-22 June 2012). Today, Farida Akhter, women's rights activist from Bangladesh.